Tuesday, October 3, 2023


On average, how many days a week do you have eggs for breakfast?

We could’ve asked, “On average, how many days a week do you cook breakfast?” which we’d also like to know, but we had eggs on our mind so we’re asking you about eggs specifically.

How many days a week do you have eggs for breakfast, and what’s your favorite way to prepare them?

Eggs can be a quick, 5-minute breakfast, or they can be a fancy 30-minute breakfast, so we’re curious to hear how often you make them.

Thanks for voting… want to have us over for breakfast now?

Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodburyhttps://www.rvtravel.com
Emily Woodbury is the editor here at RVtravel.com. She was lucky enough to grow up alongside two traveling parents, one domestically by RV (yep, Chuck Woodbury) and the other for international adventures, and has been lucky to see a great deal of our world (and counting!). She lives near Seattle with her dog and chickens. When she's not cranking out 365+ newsletters for RVtravel.com she's hiking, cooking or, well, probably traveling.


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Terry Winchester
3 years ago

I have 3 poached eggs with pepper and cheese whiz 4 times a week for the protein along with a peanut butter sandwich …

3 years ago

Only about once a week, but I end up with egg on my face much more often then that 😊

Scott Hunter
3 years ago
Reply to  Tom

Well said! LOL!

Rory R
3 years ago

Lately I have been cooking a frittata about twice a week. A couple of frozen hash brown patties, either ham, bacon, sausage or small fish fillet, grated cheese, and my egg mixture over the top. Fifteen mins @ 375 degrees and there you have it. I used to do these on Sunday in a large cast iron skillet with Potatoes O’brien the same protein choices, cheese and an egg mixture with 6 eggs, took 45 mins to set in a conventional oven (sticks & bricks).
Now it’s an individual serving done in a small non stick frypan.

3 years ago

I seldom or never eat eggs – for breakfast. I do eat them at other times more frequently.

3 years ago

Most every day X 3 for me and my wife, plus bacon. What a wonderful source of protein, and no carbohydrates ! Very filling, late morning, and no need to eat again till “Lupper” (the early Supper/late Lunch alternative to only eating twice daily). And yes, our cholesterol is VERY well controlled. Add to that the only carbohydrates consumed is fresh fruit daily (for all the anti-oxidants). I’m sorry if I sound like an Atkins Advertisement, but it keeps the weight off !

Joseph Weinstein
3 years ago

At home on Sunday’s just to change up the schedule. When RV’ing, every day. Waffles and eggs for breakfast along with at least one hot cup of coffee.

Gene Bjerke
3 years ago

At home we have eggs almost every day. On the road we usually eat breakfast cereal.

3 years ago

Almost every day, a 2-egg sausage, cheese & whatever omelet in a 5 min Chef machine. We have one in the rv and one in the stick house.

3 years ago

Every day for the last twenty years, maybe French Toast on Sunday. And no, my cholesterol is not elevated.

3 years ago

We don’t do the breakfast scene! My wife has a bowl of cereal; I wait for the 1800 hour then stuff myself and take a nap! Smart eh? We do have a fried egg sandwich on occasion or maybe an omelette if we eat out. Then there’s Easter and great grand kids – and a dozen hard boiled…… you know the drill!

Paul S Goldberg
3 years ago

Most of the year once or twice a week. Right now we are on our kids farm and the egg machines are pumping them out faster than they can eat them so we are helping three or four times a week for breakfast plus use in other cooking.

3 years ago

I could not answer your question. For breakfast, about every other week. But when I include lunch and dinner it is several times a week. It just depends on my mood.

3 years ago
Reply to  Paul

No easy answer, we eat them when we feel like it. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner or a snack.
Our egg machines are always producing them. Farm Fresh Eggs from the girls taste better than store bought eggs.

Kyle Petree
3 years ago

My mother told me that when I was a baby I would spit them out. She even tried smothering them in ketchup LOL. Um, yeah, no eggs for me please…..

3 years ago

I eat eggs occasionally because of the protein but they kinda gross me out. It’s an unfertilized chick, an embryo. Probably won’t eat them for a month or two after having said that out loud!

Ellen L
3 years ago
Reply to  cee

If it’s unfertilized then, I believe, it can’t be an embryo.

3 years ago
Reply to  Ellen L

You’re probably right. But yolks still gross me out.

Last edited 3 years ago by cee
Ron L
3 years ago

We don’t eat breakfast. I make a fruit/veg smoothie every morning that we consume around 10 am. We then don’t eat again until 4pm when we have a well balanced meal for dinner. We will, on occasion, substitute our normal dinner meal for an egg skillet meal that is loaded with different chopped veggies. We never eat red meat or pork….always either chicken or fish.

Gary Smith
3 years ago

We keep a few hens in our back yard so we always have fresh eggs. I eat them several times a week but as to your poll, I rarely eat breakfast.

3 years ago

Almost every day I use egg whites to make an omelet with onion, red,yellow, and green peppers and anything else I can find in the fridge to throw in. Also fry up a turkey sausage to go with it.

Kaeleen Buckingham
3 years ago

I used to have eggs a couple of times a week until I discovered they were part of my stomach issues. I am allergic to them!

3 years ago

eggs? yuck!

Kate Baldwin
3 years ago

Usually scrambled with cheese

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